About Role Profiles
Role profiles determine how skills are weighed in candidate’s performance rating. Byteboard allows you to modify the role profile applied to any assessment. This setting has to be adjusted by Byteboard.
Before you begin
You can view role profiles for each assessment in your account via client.byteboard.dev/assessments.
Learn more about skills evaluated using the Byteboard Interview.
What role profiles are available?
The Default role profile weighs skills measured in Design and Coding Implementation exercises equally. This role profile is our default based on data collected from thousands of candidates across assessment domains.
The Strong Coder role profile applies a higher weight to skills measured in Coding Implementation exercise such as Code Quality, Developing Web Application, and Data Structures and Algorithms.
This role profile is well suited for roles that emphasize ability to write code.
The Product Thinker role profile applies a higher weight to skills measured in the Design exercise such as Product Design and Working With Others.
This role profile is well suited for roles that emphasize product thinking and meeting user needs to accomplish product goals.
The Growth Mindset role profile applies a higher weight to assessment domain agnostic skills such as Working With Others and Analytical Thinking.
This role profile is well suited for roles that emphasize communication and information gathering skills.
Role profile configuration
To request an adjustment to an assessment’s role profile, please write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.